Natanna is going to school, because visitors are taking a new sustainable excursion to Enkerari village in the Maasai Mara. Income is being used for education, as well as basic sanitation and running water. It’s making an amazing difference to their lives ... and giving visitors an experience of a lifetime!
Our most recent project in Kenya is on the Mombasa coastline, where we are working with beach operators to help them earn a living from tourism, and to reduce hassle on tourist beaches.
Since 2007 we have been working in partnership with Tribal Voice Communications (TVC) in the Maasai Mara, with two key aims: helping Maasai villagers earn a fair income from tourism, and improving wildlife protection through safari guide training. Our previous projects in Kenya span three topics:
This involved working with villages to ensure they earn a fair income from the tourism that is brought to their home land
We developed responsible safari guiding etiquette to help protect wildlife - the very thing that brings so many tourists to the area!
We're helping Maasai tribes to use an alternative fuel source...cow dung briquettes!
These projects have had great success, and we continue to support them. You can read detailed information about each project by clicking on the heading, or using the navigation on the right hand side.